Wayland-Protocols 1.14 Brings Updated XDG-Shell & XDG-Output
Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland on 7 May 2018 at 05:52 PM EDT. Add A Comment
A new version of the Wayland protocols collection is now available.

Wayland-Protocols 1.14 was released today by Red Hat's Jonas Ã…dahl. There are just two updates in this release for XDG-Shell and XDG-Output. The unstable XDG-Output protocol for describing displays/output devices from a desktop system now has support for name and description events.

The XDG-Shell protocol that is suited towards desktop systems with specifying window behavior around dragging / resizing / stacking / moving / minimizing, also saw an update. With Wayland-Protocols 1.14 there is now support for letting clients know about windows tiled state.

The brief Wayland-Protocols 1.14 details can be found via this mailing list post.
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